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Saturday, November 17th, 2018 at 05:35am


On the back of holding it’s yearly Canson Kayell APPA Weekend Away, which this year took place at the Yarra Valley, Victoria, Kayell Australia would like to remind everybody who is about to start printing for the 2017 AIPP APPA's ( Australian Professional Photography Awards) that Canson and Kayell Australia will once again be running its APPA print competition.



About the 2017 Canson Kayell APPA Weekend Away

Canson and Kayell Australia are giving 6 lucky people the opportunity to win an all expenses paid photography adventure to Queenstown New Zealand. This exclusive weekend away will be conducted by some of Australia’s leading fine art photographers.

The winners will be flown to New Zealand and transfered to Queenstown where they will participate in activities spread over 4 days and 3 nights, the proposed dates for the event are March 2018.

This all expenses paid trip will be one not to be missed so we hope you enjoy the Canson Infinity range of inkjet papers we have made for your printing enjoyment.

There are two ways to win the prizes on offer; one is to enter the 2017 AIPP Australian Professional Photography Awards in the Wedding, Portrait, Landscape, Illustrative, and Travel categories.

To win one of the five prizes asociated with the AIPP APPA's  you must print your entry on a piece of Canson infinity inkjet coated paper and when entering your prints notify the AIPP via its APPA online submisson that you printed on Canson Inkjet Paper or the print provider you used used Canson Inkjet Paper. During APPA we will draw the winners from the qualifying entrants and notify the winners by email, social media or sms.

The sixth prize is a open prize draw open to all Australian residents over the age of 18 years. To enter you must print an image on a Canson Infinity inkjet coated paper (no smaller than A4). You must supply your full name, phone number and email address on the back of the print and post it to: Kayell Australia Pty Limited, 30 Whiting Street Artarmon NSW 2064 Attn Robert Gatto

There is no limit to how many prints you can enter in the open prize draw. This prize will be drawn on the 29th of September 2017.

If you are looking for labs that are Canson Certified to print your AIPP APPA prints please click on this link


Your Canson Ambassador instructors on this trip:


Peter Eastway is a contemporary Australian photographer who is known internationally for his landscape and travel work. A practising professional photographer, he shoots editorially and works selectively in advertising and portraiture, two diverse ends of the professional sphere.

Peter has been involved in photographic magazine publishing for over 30 years, establishing his own title, Australia's Better Photography Magazine, in 1995. It is now one of Australia’s leading photography magazines.

Peter’s work has been published and exhibited internationally. He was the author of the Lonely Planet’s Guide to Landscape Photography. His photography has recently featured on the cover of the Lonely Planet’s guide to Australia, in articles in the Qantas in flight magazine, and in an Apple television commercial. He has worked with Phase One cameras, researching and promoting its high-end medium format cameras and Capture One raw processing software. And he featured in the television series Tales By Light as seen on the National Geographic Channel, produced in partnership with Canon Australia. Peter Eastway is an AIPP Grand Master of Photography, a Fellow and an Honorary Fellow of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography, and a Fellow and Honorary Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography.


Tony Hewitt

Tony Hewitt’s photographic journey has seen him explore the genres of Landscape, Portrait and Fine Art Photography.  He has exhibited both within Australia and Overseas, and consistently invited to critique & judge both nationally and internationally since 1995.  With a passion for visual expression, and an instinctive sense of the moment, Tony brings a unique combination of award winning photographic vision and simple creativity.

Tony often explores our environment from different perspectives such as his ‘Altered Landscapes’<, which seek to illustrate the hand of man and its’ impact on his surroundings. ‘Creating something from nothing’, is a common theme behind images such as those in his Concrete Series : ’3:2:1. He has exhibited either solo or jointly in over 30 exhibitions including’2016′ Inscription52 weeks on – the Pilbara Project, andSouthwest Light, and featured in the publications from the same projects.

An aerial viewpoint is often used in more recent work, and Tony was also a core artist at the 2013 Ballarrat International Foto Biennali. He has images in several European exhibitions including venues in Switzerland and Sweden and is currently collaborating on several new projects for exhibition in 2016/2017.